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Copenhagen-based Transport Ministry Uses Software-defined Storage for Fehmarnbelt Tunnel Project
With anticipated data growth, running extreme workloads on traditional operating systems creates disk I/O bottlenecks. Deploying a cost effective alternative to software-defined SAN and infrastructure is critical to conducting and maintaining business critical initiates.
Access this brief case study to learn how a Copenhagen based transport ministry conducted the most ambitious engineering project undertaken in modern times by connecting the Fehmarnbelt tunnel from Scandinavia to mainland Europe using a software based solution. Read on to reveal key benefits they now enjoy including:
- Robust, instantaneous and seamless applications
- Reduction of downtime
- Affordable, flexible growth with synchronous mirroring
- And more